Mario and friends head back to centre court for more lawn tennis antics, coming to 3DS in 2012.
Mario Tennis Open (3DS)
Posted by Jon Wahlgren
Camelot's revered Mario Tennis series has a split legacy: on home consoles as a primarily multiplayer-focused insane-o-thon, and on portables as a more solo-oriented sports RPG. Mario Tennis Open falls somewhere in between, trying to capture the best of...
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Seven for the price of none
Since Mario Tennis Open was launched Nintendo has been releasing QR codes for a variety of Yoshi characters, each with their own specialities and styles of play. Now that all of the individual codes have been released through various means — and potentially by some cheeky websites — there's a video that compiles all...
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So be quick
UK Club Nintendo members, listen up. If you register Mario Tennis Open on Club Nintendo before 28th May, you'll get an extra 250 Stars added to your account. That's all there is to it. Read our Mario Tennis Open review if you're on the fence about picking up Mario's bat and ball outing on 3DS.
Smash and grab
Mario Tennis Open launches in the UK next week, and Nintendo is launching a nationwide treasure hunt for you to grab multicoloured Yoshis. On 25th and 26th May select Asda stores will give away the Black Yoshi via a special in-store QR code: scan it with your 3DS and Black Yoshi is yours to keep. Nintendo will release white, blue and...
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